Ouch, yes, logging that fast seems... excessive :-)
Sounds like we are missing a thread.delay in the watchdog process. It would
seem to indicate that the newly forked xapi process is dying immediately. Was
there anything else in the log apart from the message you've highlighted?
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On 18 Oct 2010, at 16:39, "George Shuklin" <george.shuklin@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Good day.
> During xapi restarting (master) I got strange
> behaviour: /etc/init.d/xapi stop saying 'failed', /etc/init.d/xapi start
> say nothing (many dots) and syslog is filling with astonishing speed
> with messages:
> Oct 18 19:10:08 host5 xapi: [ info|host5|0 thread_zero||watchdog]
> Watchdog received unexpected exception: Unix.Unix_error(5, "waitpid",
> I solve problem by manual killing all stunnel processes, squeezed, v6d,
> fe and starting them back, but i think, speed of logging was very bad.
> For about 10 minutes I got a 1,627,248 those lines in /var/log/messages.
> As we all know XCP is very sensitive to space on system drive, so this
> problem can cause a very serious consequences.
> wBR, George.
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